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"Climate-Proofing" Global Health Systems: A Discussion at COP27

At the 2022 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP27) in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt, during a session on climate change and global health, Malaria No More, in partnership with the Reaching the Last Mile initiative, hosted a panel discussion through its climate and global health initiative, Forecasting Healthy Futures. The session, entitled “Climate-Proofing Global Health Systems with Earth Observation Data, Artificial Intelligence, and other transformative technologies”, centered on making global health systems resilient to changing climate conditions.

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